Nietzsche Wrote In Ecce Homo 1888 , That A Psychologist Without Equal Speaks From My Writings This Is Perhaps The First Insight Gained By A Good Reader Who Among The Philosophers Before Me Was In Any Way A Psychologist Before Me There Simply Was No Psychology Composing The Soul Is The First Study To Pay Sustained Attention To This Pronouncement And To Examine The Contours Of Nietzsche S Psychology In The Context Of His Life And Psychological Makeup Beginning With Essays From Nietzsche S Youth, Graham Parkes Shows The Influence Of Such Figures As Goethe, Byron, And Emerson On Nietzsche S Formidable And Multiple Talents Parkes Goes On To Chart The Development Of Nietzsche S Psychological Ideas In Terms Of The Imagery, Drawn From The Dialogues Of Plato As Well As From Nietzsche S Own Quasi Mystical Experiences Of Nature, In Which He Spoke Of The Soul Finally, Parkes Analyzes Nietzsche S Most Revolutionary Idea That The Soul Is Composed Of Multiple Drives, Or Persons, Within The Psyche The Task For Nietzsche S Psychology, Then, Was To Identify And Order These Multiple Persons Within The Individual To Compose The Soul.Featuring All New Translations Of Quotations From Nietzsche S Writings, Composing The Soul Reveals The Profundity Of Nietzsche S Lifelong Personal And Intellectual Struggles To Come To Grips With The Soul Extremely Well Written, This Landmark Work Makes Nietzsche S Life And Ideas Accessible To Any Reader Interested In This Much Misunderstood Thinker.
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- 496 pages
- Composing the Soul: Reaches of Nietzsche's Psychology
- Graham Parkes
- 24 November 2017 Graham Parkes